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This article is from Issue 93 of Woodcraft Magazine.
RUSS SVENDSEN, OLEAN, NY
For the birds. Built to serve the flock, this avian sanctuary is made from plywood, basswood, and pine dollhouse shingles. Svendsen incorporated a removable roof for easy cleaning after services.
DAVE GILBERT, LAFAYETTE, GA
Nicely played. Georgia woodworker Dave Gilbert is going all in for game night. His six-sided sassafras and walnut card table is the perfect platform for dealing players in for a friendly round of cards.
ALFRED NILA, WEST COVINA, CA
Softer seating. When building Spike Carlson’s child’s rocker from the Dec/Jan 2019 issue, Nila stuck with the overall dimensions and joinery details provided, but added padding to the hard plywood seat. Definitely the chair to choose for sitting in the corner.
ROBERT CARPENTIER, WEST ISLIP, NY
“Square” bookends. Carpentier built these tool-inspired bookends using cherry, bubinga, walnut, and maple. Hanger bolts reach through a slot in the shelf and thread into T-nuts epoxied into walnut knobs underneath. This allows positioning and locking the bookends in place anywhere along the length of the slot.
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